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Oct. 1, 1875
STATE NEWS. Hickory Fair oa November 10, and 12. The Weldou Episcopal Church wil soon ba completed. There are six ministers that members of the Convention. are David Irroctor, colored, arress ted in Baltimore, is a Newborn fugi tive from justice. Salisbury Fair commences on the 19th of October and closes on the 22nd. A gentleman from Beaufort wil have at the State Fair an articulated skeleton ot a whale. Mr. Norwood, of Hillsboro, makes 47 entries at our Fair. Here is an example to our farmers. Mr. D. D. DeBerry, a man of ex cellent character, was acquitted of the charge of murder at Stanly Court. Diphtheria has been raging to an alarming extent, and with terrible ef- feots, in pertions of McDowell county In Favetteville the store of Mr. John Shaw was robbed on last Sun' day night of $125;or $150 worth o goods. A military company was organized in Fork Township, Wayne county, on Saturday last, with J. T. Kennedy, as Laptain, J.ne postal clerics neretoiore run ning between Washington, D, C, and Weldon N. 0., will hereafter only run between Washington and Petersburg Ya. J. he time lor the Charlotte races has not been definitely determined upon, but it is thought they will take place sometime between the 1st and the 15th of November. onaae J ones, a colored man, was severely wounded in Raleigh on FrL day by the accidental discharge of a pistol in the hands of James rattross, another colored man. Mrs. Lilly Davis, wife of Rev. W, H. Davis, of Sharon Presbyterian Lhurch, Mecklenburg county died, recently, bhe was a daughter of Rev, Dr. McPhail, the last President of Davidson College. The Concord Sun says the cotton crop m btanly and Cabarrus is turn h)g out remarkably well. The corn crop by 'the oldest inhabitants' wa never known to be better. The murderer Elwood will hang next Friday, if tho sentence is execu' ted. The Charlotte Observer says he has no idea that he will be allowed to Buffer the penalty of the law. The Sentinel says the collection taken in Raleigh after an entertian ment by some of the Orphans for the benefit of the Orphan Asyluai amoun ted to $55. At Johnston Court the negro Vir gin Staut, charged with attempting to outrage Miss Euniss, submitted, and was sentenced to five years in the State. The Rockingham Courier says the Pee Dee Manufacturing Company has sent on to England and the North Mr. Henry Rishton to purchase a part of their machinery. The Messenger says Rev. N. Z. Gravy resigns the pastorship of the Presbyterian Church in Goldsboro to accept the Presidency of Warrentea Female College, which is to be re vived. At the State Fair a furniture man' ufacturer of Salem, N. C, will ex hibit over 50 various articles of his own make. A prominent farmer of our State will be a competitor for over $800 worth of premiums. News: Messrs. Bennett, of Anson, and Cooper, of Cherokee, continue too unwell te occnpy their seats in the body of the Convention, but day after day they recline on lounges which have been placed in the lobby for them, and thus continue to perform their duties. Newborn Times: The schooner Eli zabeth A., from New York and Pat chogue, bound to Hollywood, Car- teret county, was totally lost on Core Bank on Sunday morning, the 19th Inst. The vessl and cargo belonged to Appleton Oaksmith, of Hollywood, and were valued at about five thousand dollars, on which there was no insur ance. Poole & IIunt, of Baltimore, whose rep utation as Founders and Machinists have become national, within the past twenty five years, appear elsewhere in our col umns in an advertisement of their well known and highly regarded James Leflel Turbine Water Wneel, as well as in vari ous other lines of their manufacture. "We invite for this firm, the favorable consid eration of those of our readers, who may be in need of anything in their line. Their machinery, wherever used, best speak, for itself as regards qualty, durabilty and capacity for the work designed. Send for their circulars before purchasing elsewhere. Xotice. Again we have the pleasure to announce to our numerous friends and customers the arrival of our Fall and Win ter Stock which we have now in stock and ready fr inspection. Feeling satisfied that our stock is complete in every branch we invite the public to examine, Respect fully, L. Hcilbroner & Bro. P. S. We would particularly call your attention to our fine stock ready made Clothing for Boys and Men's wear, also to our extensive stock of Overcoats and Tal mas. L. II. & B. tf. Colonists, Emiobants akd Travelers Vektward. For map circulars, condensed time tables and general information in re Card to transportation facilities to all points in Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Minneso ta, Colorado, Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and California, apply to or address Albert B. Whehn, General Emi grant Agent, Office No. 2 II. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga. No one should go West withoutfirst get ting iu communication with the General tujigrant Agent, and become informed as to superior advantages, cheap and qnick transportation of families, household goods, tock, and farming implements generally. All infannuliun cheerfully given. W. L. DANLEY, G. P. fc T. A. Friday, T s Bust in the Commonwealth for the nichey, Mehegan's Banker Segars and Glee uub Segars. Ask your Druggist.Hotel Keep er and Grocer for the Bankers and Glee Club egars. Manufactured in Norfolk, Va., by ""Wrft, W, A, MEHEQAN. -' ' RATES OF ADVERTISING S Advertisements wilt be inserted in thTioa6 SocTHiRicxm at the following rates. - Ten lines or MINIS, or one inoh lengthwise wUl conitituta a square: One square oae insertion, - . . f 1 OC Each subsequent Insertion, 60 1 no. 2 moi. 3 raoa. C mot. 12 uos 3 00 6 0 7 00 1000 15 00 5 00 SOU 10 00 15 00 20 00 TOO 10 IX, 15 00 20 00 27 60 tOO 15 00 18 00 2500 3500 12 50 18 00 2000 2760 4000 1100 2500 3000 4000 SO 00 2S60 S5 00 45 00 60 00 100 00 One square, Two Three " Four " column, One column, Court advertisement inserted 6 wteks for IS. J-Marriage, Fnnersl and Obituary notioes, not more than ten lines inserted ran e luut subacrlptiem tZ.&O. If pal cash at time orauMcrifcinc ftZ.OO. . M. PETTENGILL ic CO.. 10 State Street, Boston, 87 Park Row, Now York, and 701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertisements for Ian Lhqvirbr m the aboTe cities, and authorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. EsT" A Request. Will friends, in noticing advertisements in our paper, and responding to same please state to parties addressed, " I saw your advertisement in Ehqvibbh-South irskr?" It is little trouble, and will help our business wonderfully. Remember us. LOCAL MATTERS. Legal Notice. I will be at my office in Rocky Mount on Mondays, Teusdays, Fri days, and Saturdays of each week, for the transaction of business, as usual. Clients can see me at the Southbbkbk of fice, in Tarboro, on other days. Dosskt Battle, Attorney at Law. Beikfs. Goldsboro has three steam Ex. cotton gins. J. A. Williamson sells heavy goods at a small margin. That's nothing, on yesterday Tarboro had a steam man. Cordon's "Murrillo" and "Golden Ea gle" Cigars are superior in quality. Try them. If yoa want to build up the South en courage home manufacturers. t The Milton Chronicle man sorrowfully sobs, he hasn't seen a peach this year, If our aged father will come down here we will give him a pair. Choice brands of Cigars at wholesale and retail, at J. A. Williamson g. tf "Old King Cole, that jolly old souL was sung in a maudlin centimental strain, at the circus yesterday, by a col'd youth. It was cut short, when the elephant gen tly caressed Ms left leg with his probosis. Money saved is money made. The way to save it is to make J. A. Williamson your grocer. The elite of beauty and fashion of Tarboro graced the circus with their presence yester day. Buy your heavy 4-4 Brown Sheeting your Cotton Tarns and your Plow Lines, of Battle Jb Son's Rocky Mount Mills, t COO bales of cotton, new crop, shipped from Tarboro, and 250 from Rocky Mt., up to date. Take the Soutoeenek if you desire the news current in your county. Fresh Family Groceries, received daily, at J. A. Williamson's. Bill heads printed in the neatest style at the Southerner office. New Goods ! New Goods ! ! The lar gest stock ever received In Tarboro, at . Heilbroner & Bro. tf. Just received, S 40 Saw, and 1 45 Saw Cotton Gin, at Pender & Jenkins. St All widths Rubber and Leather Belting. New Fall and Winter Goods received daily at Pender & Jenkins. 4t The item of cotton rope for plow lines seems a small matter. In the aggregate it is worth keeping at home. Order from Battle fc Son's Kocky Mount Mills, Rocky Mount, N. C. f Religious. Rev. J. W. Primrose will preach every 4th Sunday at 11 A. M. at W. R. Cherry's grove. 82 Scbscbibees At Rocky Mt., this week, and the place not half drummed. 100 next week. It's on the bill's and must be did. Suebifps Lewis and Ward, and comavs- b;OD Barnes and Drake of Naah were at the en us 'n Kotky Mount on Wednesday. Tell rs Qcickxy What has become of Avery's jokes, and fun? Was it getting married, or going to Charlotte, that 'did the business ?' Paisftjl Hpet. Col. R. B. Griffin, an ged, and well known, and respected resi dent of Nashuille, fell from his door step on Monday night last, and severely sprained his hip. He has been confined to his bed in great pain ever since. Can't Understand It. The Oxford Leader tells of a col'd rogue, Abram Ven able, being shot, and 46 shot being pick ed out of one hole. Query. Were the shot moulded into a bullet ? Else how did they get in one hole ? Old Things Become New. Since our advent into the fourth estate, the question as to who is the beat looking editor is revived. We are not a candidate for the prize, brethren, but only modestly claim pre-eminent amiability. Mebcantile Migration. We chronicle the departure and arrival on Friday of three of our best looking merchants. Gen. W. G. Lewis and J- B, Coffield were go ing on to buy goods, and Capt. D. eader returned. Look out for big adv's. Rev L. J. IIolden Has been success fully hold'ag protracted meetings in Nash county. Last week Mr. H. struck Rocky Mt., and better would it have been for him, if he had made a descent on Sodom and Go morrah. Keep Youb Monet at Home For then you may see it again, and if you desire extra Heavy Sheeting, neat and durable, order of Battle & Son, Rocky Ml, Mills. They are prepared to fill any order, from a bandage for a boil, to enough make Cole's circus tent. It. Read The adv. of Barters Wilklns & Sons, manufacturers of Saddles, Harness, &c, Baltimore, Md. These gentlemen are old tod reliable dealers in this section, and they call at tention to their price list, before mer chants order elsewhere. An elegant assortment of new Fall style. Silk Scarfs and Tics, Silk Belts, Good qual ity 2 button Kid Glove for $1.00 cash A large stock of Lamps, China and Crocks ery, just received, at Pender & Jenkins. 4t OrB ItrvrrATtos. We "cordially invite all our relations, mala and female, friends and patrons, and the neighbors and ac quaintances of such, or residing in the same county or State, to give us brief news items f local interest. We intend to make the veteran South kbxxb the best local paper in the State. W PuBUsa In this issue a partial statement made by County Commissioners. We will continue until the entire state ment is before the public. Owing to claims of other advertising pa trons, we are not able to publish in one issue. What is to be expected of the youth of America when a Boston paper speaks of Mike Angelo. Exchange. That's nothing. If St. Peter should return to earth, and our beloved, and oleagincous Solicitor, Jo. Martin, should be thrown with him, (not probable) for two minutes, he'd shove his ribs with his knuckles, and call him Uncle Pete. CosONO Father Abe ah am. Tarboro boasts of more brick and iron front bull dings than any town of its size in the State already. Judge Howard and others have several new and handsome stores in course of erection. G. C. Battle, Esq.,Jtells us, the W & W R R Co., will commence large brick warehouse, and the Episcopa lians, a brick church in Rocky Mount this month. New Slang. "Where Moses had the hen," and, "got him" are no longer slung in Tulgar parlance in Raleigh. Now it is, "how bro Ilassell skinned Tuorgeo." OdrThasks Are dne the of the Petersburg Agricultural an invite to be present at their' managment Socifcty, for society ses sions in 1875. Petersburg has the true interest of N. C. at heart. Let us help them all we can. Also to Col. E. G. Ghio, the efficient Supt, e! lb 6 & K. R R. for courtesies. Shot Himself. Mr. Thad. Garray of Rocky Mount, while loading his pistol, on Tuesday, accidently discharged it, shatter ing his right hand. Too much care cannot be employed lit handling fire arms. The best thing to do with a pisiol is to swap it for a hickory stick. Then, burn the stick 'Guns and pistols are dangerous things for little boys you know.' The Muedeb Teial Of N. P, Overton white, and Noah Taylor, col. for the bru tal killing of Nathan Grimes a few months ago in our county, was removed, on affi davit of prisoners, to Beaufort Co. The trial was to begin on Wednesday. CoL Perry of law firm of Howard & Perry, for prosecution, and J. L. Bridgers Jr., for defense, went down on Tuesday. If legally quilty, let them swing. "No Moee op that, Hal, an' Thou Lovest Me," Bro Avery, our beloved quandam comrade in arms, and, now, e quaHy revered brother-engineer of the quill cuts a mite too fat, when he alludes to our war novel, (unfortunately still born) "The Scarlet Scavenger or the Secret Son of a Gun." Even this povocation aye, -nothing could shall not make us refer to the re treat, wheron the overcoat was sacra- ficed and the keg preserved. Selah. Entebpeibing Business Men. Tarboro' has ever been the proud boast of Sotjtiiee keb men, and the admiration and envy of newspaper men elsewhere. "Look how they support their local pa per. See how they subscribe and adver tise." Say they. We claim live, liberal business men. If any one doubts their capacity, let him mark how few failures have been chroni cled in Tarboro. This tells the story Painful Acotdest. On Friday last miles from on the Baker Place, about 4 town, a little colored boy, riding and driv ing mules to a gin was kicked by one of them upon the calf of his leg which split it to the bone. No docter beingjat hand, Messrs. Hurtt and D. An derson, who were present, administered to the wants of the little fellow, by sewing up the wound and relieving him from a great deal of suffering. How cruel of a mule to kick a calf! Neaelt a Fatal Accident. Mr. George W.Pennington, while riding horse back on Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. was thrown over the horse's head, and trampled under its feet. Mr. P's left arm was broken near the shoulder, besides other serious bruises. .Fortunately, this mishap occurred in town, and immediate medical assistance was obtained. Drs. McNair and Baker, two of our most expert surgeons, did every thing that skill could suggest, and the patient though in great pain, is now considered out of danger. The Race. On Tuesday 2nd day of October, three Edgecombe two year old colts will run a half mile dash for $3oO. CoL Cromwells b. f. Vashti, Mr Sharpe's f. Mollie, and Dr Staton's ch. c. Judge Clark. We have no doubt the winner will be the fastest colt in the State. There are a great many outside bets, amounting to a large sum. Lover, of the sport will be a bundantly repaid by attending. After this race the colts will go to the Raleigh Fair. The Faix Fairs.- The Raleigh Fair comes off first this year, beginning on 12th October. The Roanoke & Tar River Fair at Wel don, opens on 2Cth October. These exhibitions have been successes from the inception. Whatever is of merit at Raleigh has always been reproduced at Weldon. The latter, as it's name implies, is more immediately a home institution. Edgecombe could bear triumphantly off the first prizes in almost any article. The banner cotton county, has become as much celebrated for her fine stock of horses. Let every citizen, who has anything meritorious, be certain to have it at the Fair. The officers of these associations are clever, energetic, competent men. They know no such word as fail. We hope their efforts to please and show up native . industry, will be rewarded with tho, largest crowds, ever la attendance. Painful Accident. Hardy Hinton, a white man, aged about 50 years, who re sides at Falls of Tar River in Nash Co met with a serious misfortune on-Friday last. He superintends Mr. Bass' farm, and was driving a yoke of oxen. These slow, but powerful animals, entertaining a ban kering for some green grass in the fence corner, jammed Mr. Hinton against a stump, producing a transverse fracture of the f emer. Upon this report gaining rapid circula tion, his family from far and near flocked te follow his remains to the tomb. Drs. H. R. & F. J. Thorpe skillfully splintered and fixed him up. We assure his tearful relations and sym pathising friends, that they need apprehend no fatal result, as he only broke his thigh, KEad Uue JNew Advertisements and Grow Wise. This list contains the names of live, liberal, enterprising, busi ness men. " Such men never cheat a customer, nor defraud a debtor. From Tarboro read the names of . 8. E. Spier, . Restaurant, aspires to give a man a good square meal at any hour. J. L. Coker "Our House," Bar and Restaurant. Keeps the best cigars in the market, and furnishes a meal worthy of such ap petizing beverages. Mrs. Emily Mehegan, Milliner can beautify fceyond . compara the female form divine. Froji Rocky Mount. T. J. Hackney & Co., Coach makers. Cheap wagons a specialty. Only $85. J. H. Thomas, Millinery and General Merchandise, cheap Ladies Hats, and Fall styles, and Ruffs, specialties. Col. G. W. Hammond, notch The prince of landlords of the good old style. His boarders are all fat. Fountain Bros., large and choice stock of dry goods, groceries & Their names is a hou sehold word with the trading public. Visit them ye needy and be comforted. Dispensing Justice in Tabboro. The extent and calibre of business before chief justice Taylor is little known. In the ju ry room on the second floor of Court House enthroned he sits, a monument of terror to the timid. Battle's Revisal, Busbee's Form Book and a few Patent Omce Reports com prise his library of law. From the uni verse he culls his store of general informa tion. His father was an unalloyed colored man and his mother of unmxed afnean descent. This naturally makes his com plexion dark. But on ' this account he is not proud, however, and bears his honors meekly. He dispenses justice like a genius. On Friday last a trembling culprit was arraigned before him charged with assault. Tho prosecutor was something composed of a grunt two coughs and-a-sneeze De muth, a german saloon keeper. C. Justice 'State Mr. Dcmuth, what defendent did to you.' Demuth 'Dere Tash scv'ral in dere shooting von air gun, ven te prishuner, he no mak so purtish shoots as te oder, den I says.' C. J. 'Oh, witness we don't care any thing about your air gun, come to the ght. Witness 'De pnsh'ur owe me von vive zent. C. J. 'Come to the fight.' Witness 'U-nless I dells about dat air gun and dot vive zent.' C. J. 'What kind of lager do you keep ?' Witness 'Mine lager is owin to de gwal- ity. Dat sort vere you holds de glash low down (shust so) un make de booble gome, dere de brofit ish in de boobies zen.' C. J. 'Now tell about the fight.' Witness 'Dot vive zent vat de prish'ur owe me bout dot air gun.' C. J. 'I wish nitro-glycerine had burst your air gun ahd five cents. Let the de fendent pay costs, and the witness must treat to lager wherfn the profits don't come out of the bubbles. The court here resolved herself into a committee on lager, and adjourned there for. Citizsn's Delights! With Cole's Cir cus. The advent of Cole's circus into Edgecombe at Tarboro. drew , crowd of sight seeers of all ages, complexions, sizes and colors. Cf.pt. Browning, the incomparable con ductor had charge of the train. Such a position involves greet efficiency and experience- This Capt. B must have, as he always commands show trains. the gobgeous peocession passed through the principal streets at 10:30 a. m. On the side walks, danced and grinned the usual accompaniment of ebon juveniles. What is worse, to the de moniac music of the Calliope, or Steam iano. Herodatees, we believe is the author of the expression, "he made a desert and cal led it peace." That is nothing to dubbing thi3 bowel-bursting business, music. Like all other fleeting showe, this had an end, and the doors of the large pavilion opened at 2 P. M. twenty ftvb hundred souls occupied the seating room, and never did crowd enjoy to fuller extent tho exploits of the saw dust arena. The animals, of course, first attracted the attention of the gassing multitude. The lion, was looked at with original intensity : Some of them, no doubt, were looking on the four-footed monarch for the fiftieth time. INCIDENTS OP THE CIECUS. Country swell, with reel cravat, escorted in a party of giggling girls. Party drew up in front of jnonkey cage to watch the antics of those philosophic little animals. Swell, to show bravery and familiarity with natural history, compresses a small portion of the he-monkey's anatomy be tween his thumb and fore finger. A yell, scream, a flash and a vanish. He said lightning Btruck him. Bystanders affirm the monkey resisted his familiarity with a slap on the cheek. That young man took no further inter est in the proceedings. . A MONSTROSITY. The sea lion was certainly, a water mon- trosity. He is a slimy filthy beast, and his song is a legitimate cross between a nitro-glycerine belch, and the noise emit ted, when the "lion roareth, and the whapg-doodle moornetlt ior big first bom; A MORAL SHOW. y-v a? . m una uouceaDiy pleasant ieature, m Cole's circus, is the entire absence of the swarm of cut-throat swindlers and gam biers, usually infesting such companies. None such were seen, nor are they toler- ted, no drunkenness, fighting, quarreling and loud cursing dirtied the eye and ear of the most fastidious. BRILLIANT PERFORMANCES. We love a'circus and are proud of our weakness. Nine tenths of the devotees of saw dust are ashamed of it. They come to bring children, see the animals, or have urgent business in town on that day. But we 'fess the corn. Now, we never missed a circus, since we weie knee high to a j unt bug, and we unhesitatingly pronounce Cole's the best circus ever in the State. His special excellencies exceeded in splendor of performance anything ever exhibited under canvass. First TUB LOFTY LBAPEB. Mr. William Batchelor, leaped easily and gracefully over 22 horses, and three men on them, very much increasing the height of the jump. Miss Rosina Cooke, the queen of Equestriennes, sat on the back of her horse, evenly poised, during a suc cession of reanngs and plungings &c. Van Zant, the French Jockey, did the most daring things on bare back horse, with his boots on, ever attmepted in this latitude. O'Dale executedmarvels with his four performing horses. The Milt on Jaspers, -nerc unpaxallolod in their various feats of athletism. One of the brothers turned a somersault from a platform 8 feet high and caught on the shoulders of the other. PRODIGIOUS PONIE3 The most remarkable exhibition of the day was Mr Fryer's trained ponies. A plank was balanced on a fulcrum about two feet and a half high. The pony jum ped on and weighed one end down. The little beauty then walked to the cen tre and balanced the plank, and then by pressing with, first her fore, then her h'nd, feet, rocked herself quite cozily. That critter would be useful 'round a cradle. ACROBATIC EXCELLENCIES. We neglected to state that Mr Batchelor the high flier, is a native of Wilmington. The general verdict of connoiseurs is, that the Milton Jaspers have never been successfully rivalled in their new and or iginal feats, acrobatic athletic, and other wise. FBMALB PALLSTAPP. The side show contained the Canada giantess and the hairy Doctor. The for mer was a boundless mountain of fat, a ton of lard. Her arm is 8 feet in circum ference. Her flesh stands in hills and val leys. She would not be a pleasant thing for a small man to caress on his knee. The doctor boasts a beard 56 inches long. It is saddle colored and does not split at the ends. When confederate sol diers noticed anything unusual in the way of hair, they were wont to exclaim, "a gray-back (meaning a louse) would swim the Potomac to hide therin." What would they say about the doctor ? With the Giraffe, Steam Man, Wax Figures, and other wonders. Cole presents the most attractive array of sights, ever before a N. C. public under canvass. A Fowl Disaster. On Friday last a flock of geese, owned by D. Abrams, Esq. emulating the speed of the train from Wil mington passing Rocky Mount at 2 P. M., did not see fit to yield the right of way. It wa3 a wild goose chase. Conse quense; a proud bird of Rome was nicely dacapitated. Every body exclaimed: 'What a goose." Ye, who have an eye for the beautiful in Nature and Art! Hasten to Mr. J. H. BELL'S where the glittering array of Dia mond Rings, Plain Gold Rings, Solid Silver Ware, Watches, Jewelry, dtc., will dazzle your gaze. all goods warranted as represented. Chamberlain & Rawls are offering great inducements to purchasers of goods in their line. A splendid assortment of Clocks j ust received. A full line of 18K Rings, Vest and Opera Chains, cheaper than they were ever offered before in Tarboro. Every thing else in their line " dirt cheap." Fine repairing a specialty. DIED. PENDER. At the residence of Rev. J. B. Jeter, Richmond Va., Sept 22nd, 1875 of Cholera Infantum Aminda TmRS ton, infant daughter of J. C. & Kate D. Pender, ago nineteen months and twenty two days. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away blessed be the name of the Lord. TAYLOR. At her residence, in Nash county, on the 1st. inst, in the 56th year of her age, Mrs. Sabah J. Taylor, who had been a great sufferer for the last two years with dropsy, during which time she appeared hopeful and even cheerful up to the middle of July, or about six weeks prev'ous to her death, when a sudden and serious change came over her, dethroning 1 T . V 1 . VwvVtfr ner reason tvuicii mux uccu no ungm and inquiring. COMMERCIAL. Tarboro' Market. corrected weekit bt R. B. ALSOP, Grocer, MAIN STREET, TAKBOBO' 3NT. C. Home production arc quoted at the buying price, and all others at tho selling price from stores. Bacos S. C. Hams.in canvass, per lb. 1920 Shoulders " 1213 Sides, back bone and rib, - -1516c Bulk Meats. Shoulders, per lb" ll12e 8ides, clear, ijic Beef. Fresh, per lb. 68c SntcedFamilv ner lb 12c Bagging,. per yard,-"-1417 n..awn B. S5c Botter " 4050c Cotton, per pound, 11KC12 Cotton Tarn, per bunch, II 35140 Corn, per bushel, 65c70c Chkese, lb 2025c Chickens, 20c30c Eggs, per dozen 1530c Flour Patapsco family ?lbbl- -$10 50fll Other brands 79 Hides Dry ft B. 910c Green, $ ft. 3e Iron Ties, ft. 7J Lard, U ft. Meal, per bushel Molasses 8ngar House 5 gallon, - 5C70 Cuba ' 5260 rv-.a TW.r hnatiRl. SI 50(82 00 PoBK-Mess per bbl. 25 0026 00 Rump, " t33 00$23 00 Potatoes, sweet, per bushel, 67c75 Irish, per bushel - -.tl 50$1 75 Peas per bushel, fl.00l 25 sfSaVpersack, V2 Liverpool, per sack, Sausaob, per lb, i'iom TA,perlb, 1 52 00 Tallow. Ter ft. u0 New York Markets. New York, September 30. Cotton quiet; sales 282 bales st lit; oneana mi Baltimore Markets. Baltimore, September 30. Cotton quiet middliogs li; low mid a i s 3 Pa NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1876. FALL & H. MORRIS & BROTHER, Have received their and announce to their customers, that they are prepared to exhibit the GREATEST DISPLAY OF GOODS ever offered in Tarboro, and at Prices to Suit the Times. -:o:- lis, ills' li B IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Bry tixoods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cans, (Gents Furnishing &oods, Notions, Furniture, &c., &c., fe Thanking our Customers for past fa vors, we hope to merit liberal patronage. H. HORRI: Tarboro, Sept. 24, 1875. Fall & Winter AT R. C. BROWN & GO'S. - (:o:) lll the latest Novelties ami the best Qualities at the very lowest prices. I. O. BROWN Sc CO., September 17.-tf. MAIN STREET. BT A TtT .TTTT71T 1865. CHAMBERLAIN & RAWLS TARBORO', N. C. PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, DEATjEBB XT Fine Watches, Jewelry Sterlin Silver and Plated Ware, Fine Spectacles, and every thing else In our line. Bpecial attention given to the Repairing and timing of Fine Watches and Regulators. We guarantee that onr work shall compare favorably in efficiency and finish with any in the land. We offer yon every possible guarantee that whatever yon buy of us shall be genuine and just as represented, and you shall pay no more for it than a lair advance on the wholesale cost. We have made In tho handsomest manner Hair Chains, Hair Jewelry, Diamond and Wed ding Rings, all kinds of Fine Jewelry, Gold and Silver Watch Cases, etc. Our machinery and other appliances for making the different parts of Watches, is perhaps the most extensive in the State, consequently we can guarantee that any part of a Watch or Clock can be replaced with the utmost facility. jan22-ly. HYMANS & DANOY, COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NOEFOLK, "V. Respectfully solicit consignments of Cotton. Shippers who consign to us will be afford ed every facility. BAGGING and TIES lurnished at lowest rates. GS-et the Best. I?rice Reduced. HALL'S SELF-FEEDING COTTON C1N. The following are some of the reasons why Hall's Gins are superior to all others : 1st. It is most economical ; it requires the attendance ot no experienced ginner, and dis penses with the labor of one hand. 2d. It will pick more Cotton In a given length of time than any other Gin in use. 3d. It never BREAKS THE ROLL, thereby losing no time, and making a more even and better sample. 4th. It will run longer without whetting or sharpening ; the Self Feeder will not carry to the Saws any hard substances that will injure them, each as rocks, nails, sticks, hard unma tured balls, &c., which also render the danger from FIRE mnch less. 5th. It picks the seed cleaner than any other Gin in use, thereby making a larger yield. We have in onr possession the result of a test in which one pound of Lint Cotton waj produced from two pounds, seven and one-half ounces of Seed Cotton. These Gins are per fect and complete in every particular, and are made to run at high speed. They can be found in almost any section in North Carolina where Cotton is grown. Xrio, $5 per Saw 8ept.8,1875.-lni. WIHTER 1876. mm. numerous friends and a continuance of their - Send for Olroular. II m H II H H I fs Clotlifi, Goods HYMANS & DANCY, General Agents for North Carolina and Virginia.